Date(s) - Sunday, 18 April 2021
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Lower Marsh Farm
Wild Garlic Foraging walk and fermenting class.
This is a great opportunity to attend foraging walk and learn the basics of fermenting.
We’ll meet in the morning and will have a short introduction.
Lower Marsh Farm is a foraging gem when it comes to wild edibles. We will walk around ancient woodland, discover what’s growing on a meadow and we will explore salt marsh on a private Nature Reserve.
Our main ingredient during the workshop will be wild garlic, which is one of the most abundant wild foods in UK.
Wild garlic is a truly idyllic culinary treat and has been used in the kitchen for centuries.
As the season for wild garlic is so short it’s great to know how to preserve it for further months.
During this course I’m going to teach you how to make lacto fermented wild garlic. We’ll go through step-by-step process and everyone will take samples home.
The process I’ll teach you can be used to ferment other vegetables too, so this skill will give you long-term benefits.
I’ll also give you instructions on dehydrating, pickling and making wild garlic salts and oils, so we can all make the most of wild garlic throughout the whole year.
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